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Subject: Weak, but super cool
This piece, while it's story is a little weak, and it's message a little too over the top in some places, is still super cool with it's simple animation, and great score by Art Blakely.
Subject: Theme song not by Britney Spears
The up-til-now unrealized mixture of Religious film and car-safety film is featured in this film, and this film is developed so well you gotta wonder why this type of film wasn't thought of before or since. Such lines as "Thou Shalt Not Kill" and "Do Unto others as you would do yourself" are well adapted here for the highway. The story is somewhat hokey (alien visits earth, trained on eatch mannerisms and religion to find out people don't practice what they preach. Animation is simple, but it's The Message that's important, and I gotta say it worked for me! Reccomended!
Steve Nordby -
Subject: What would drive Jesus ... er ... Rusty?
This surprisingly entertaining stylized 1950's Christian (Methodist) car-toon promotes the environment, cooperation, and tolerance. Obviously not a product of the "Christian right".
Subject: Christian but cool
Great animation synchronized with cool jazz, only slightly marred by overtly christian nagging: "Christian love demands Christian concern for the rights of others." But what would you expect from a film produced by the Methodist Church?
Steve Oswalt -
Subject: Correction to Initial Description:
The initial description to this film says: "The film espouses a Christian viewpoint on safety, stating that 'reckless driving is a sin.'" This film may, or may not, expouse a Christian viewpoint, but saying "reckless driving is a sin" doesn't automatically insure the film has a Christian viewpoint. Many, if not most, of the world's religions include the concept of sin, not just Christianity.
Wilford B. Wolf -
Subject: Late 50's (Space) Oddity
The basic plot line of this film, of a Martian observer making comments our driving habits, would be taken up again, and done better, in the Canadian National Film Board classic "Out Of This World!". What this film does have going for it is a great sound track by jazz legend Art Blakey and the weird late 50's minimalist animation style, reminiscant of Gene Deitch and Columbia Animation. The religious overtones, especially when coupled with the basic plot, just adds to the weirdness.